Faith Sponsorship Opportunities


 “All faiths have strong calls to care for individuals in need and have long traditions of supporting decent shelter. We are called by our faith in God to serve families in need with generosity, humility and love. We invite you to join us for exciting opportunities, where we will unite as a faith community to build homes, transforming lives for low-income families.”

People of all faiths share a common goal to help the less fortunate of those among us. HFHMM helps put FAITH into ACTION through various partnership opportunities for congregations. While Habitat for Humanity was founded on Christian principles, we welcome all faiths to share in our common vision of ending substandard housing in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. See information on Covenant Congregation

How Can My Congregation or Group Help?

HFHMM has many ways a congregation may partner with our organization. Each faith sponsorship may be tailored to fit your congregation’s needs. For more information download our Faith Sponsorship Packet or contact or 301-990-0014, ext 20.

Interfaith Unity Build

All faiths have strong calls to care for the poor and have long traditions of supporting simple, decent and affordable shelter. Through the Interfaith Unity Initiative, we will demonstrate the power of good that unites all faiths.

For more information, please download our Interfaith Unity Packet or contact or 301-990-0014, ext 20.


Faith Sponsorship

As part of our faith outreach effort, our affiliate is focusing on honing and strengthening our pre-existing support and developing new partnerships with faith communities in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. Our affiliate has been working hard to fulfill our own mission of partnering with the community to create homeownership opportunities for hard working low-income families in need of decent housing. Habitat for Humanity invites people of all backgrounds, races and religions to build houses together in partnership with families in need. I hope you will take this time to consider supporting the ministry and mission of Habitat for Humanity as a congregation. To find out more information and how to further involve your organization whether monetarily, through volunteerism, or simply through prayer, I encourage you to contact me directly.


Rev. Todd Gray